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August 13, 1993 | DAVID A. AVILA
The Orangewood Children's Foundation has selected Judith A. Nelson to serve as the organization's new executive director, filling the spot vacated by County Supervisor William G. Steiner, officials said. Nelson, 50, of Redondo Beach, will be the second director of the 13-year-old foundation, officials said. She has served as the executive director for Children's Bureau of Southern California since 1980. She begins her new post Oct. 1.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 13, 1993 | DAVID A. AVILA
The Orangewood Children's Foundation has selected Judith A. Nelson to serve as the organization's new executive director, filling the spot vacated by County Supervisor William G. Steiner, officials said. Nelson, 50, of Redondo Beach, will be the second director of the 13-year-old foundation, officials said. She has served as the executive director for Children's Bureau of Southern California since 1980. She begins her new post Oct. 1.
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March 29, 1993
Your editorial on March 18 ("Tolerance: Why Schools Must Lead") was exceptionally wise and extremely vital. The schools are a wonderful place to plant the seeds of tolerance, understanding and harmony in this time of increasing diversity and tension. But I would like to suggest that all citizens need more knowledge and skills in learning not only how to "get along" or to tolerate diversity, but to cherish difference. Perhaps the experience of the Children's Bureau of Southern California can provide a model for action.
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